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in just a minute. >>> and then, what could be really a moment of truth for convicted killer jodi arias. just hours after she was found guilty of murdering her ex-boyfriend, arias told a reporter she would rather get the death penalty than spend her life behind bars. she is set to testify in the penalty phase of her trial tomorrow. a lot of questions about whether or not she will ask for death. we'll have much more on that ahead. >>> then, chaos at a parade in virginia when an out-of-control car barrelled through a big crowd. we'll tell you more about that coming up. >>> and "saturday night live" said good-bye to the season and also to one of its most beloved cast members, for only "snl" fan, highlights later. >> stephan. >>> and billed as a mega show for new and expectant parents. a giant hall filled with all things baby. who better to send to check it out? jenna. >> our own mom-to-be. looking to see what she found there. >>> first, we'll begin with the winning powerball ticket. kerry sanders is live in zephyrhills, florida, where it was sold. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: it's a g
. they are ridiculously expensive but good video here. >>> coming up, we are giving you an invade look at jodi arias' jail cell and the strange magazine she has been reading there. >>> plus, in nebraska, a cold case teen joins the investigation into a mysterious set of murders of am crayton university professor and his wife. woman: everyone in the nicu -- all the nurses wanted to watch him when he was there 118 days. everything that you thought was important to you changes in light of having a child that needs you every moment. i wouldn't trade him for the world. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. if you're caring for a child with special needs, our innovative special care program offers strategies that can help. >>> it's half passed the hour. good morning, everybody. i am poppy harlow. >> i am victor blackwell. here are five stories we are watching this morning. number one, the commuter train in connecticut. investigators should be on site this morning to try to determine what caused the train to jump the tracks and
actually land people in jail? >>> it's a blockbuster trial date. o.j. simpson and jodi arias both set to testify in their high-profile court battles. the first time o.j. takes the stand in any trial as jodi arias will make a last-ditch attempt to save her life. >>> the backlash against abercrombie & fitch reaches a fever pitch. a new movement growing now to give the clothes to the homeless as kirstie alley rails over their thin customers only policy overnight. >>> breaking new details on angelina jolie revealing she's set for even more life-saving surgery after her double mastectomy. her doctor outlining every step this morning as brad pitt speaks out now about her courageous decision. >>> and good morning, everyone. robin off today. great to have amy robach here and another explosive story developing right now, that american official thrown out of russia accused of being a spy. you see him right there and the u.s. ambassador, michael mcfaul summoned overnight to the russian foreign ministry walking in. >> let's look at what everyone is talking about. the wig, there it is, russia clai
it was a very, very emotional week in the jodi arias trial. the jury found she was exceptionally cruel when she killed her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. that opens the door for her for the death penalty. as jurors weigh that option, they heard from alexander's siblings. cnn's casey winan was there. >> his killer, an emotional jodi arias sat and watch, he told jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed. what was his final thought in his head? >> next, sister, samantha alexander approached the podium crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength. our constant beacon of hope. our motivation. his presence has been ripped from our lives. >> defense witnesses are expected to speak about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including a lack of a criminal past and her talent is as an artist. >> this is a girl right here that you pledged when you were selected as jurors that after hearing or after possibly convicting her firs
crime news, convicted murderer jodi arias returns to court on monday, she is expected to address the jury. this is the jury that is deciding whether she lives or dies. the jury found on wednesday that arias was exceptionally cruel when she murdered her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. that makes her eligible for the death penalty. alexandra's brother and sister addressed the court. >> i cannot sleep alone in the dark anymore. i've had dreams of my brother all curled up in the shower, thrown in there, left to rot for days. >> i'm so glad he talked to me into taking this picture. i will cherish it for the rest of my life. >> powerful statements, the family still certainly grieving. hln's jane velez-mitchell has been covering the trial throughout and she has a rare look inside the jail where arias is awaiting her fate. jane? >> reporter: well, poppy, i am outside the jail in phoenix, arizona, this is where behind the barbed wires jodi arias sits in closed custody. i was able to take a tour of the facility with the controversial sheriff joe arpaio and jodi has been here for quite a lo
's the second largest jackpot in u.s. history. >>> the final phase of the jodi arias trial resumes monday, and jodi arias is expected to take the stand. in the meantime, jurors have all weekend to mull over gripping testimony from members of the victim's family. >> i was in two motorcycle crashes and walked away unharmed. he wrecked several cars, and nothing happened to him. he rolled a snowmobile, and, again, not a scratch. he was unbreakable. who on earth would want to do this to him? for what reasons? he wanted to move forward in life, to better himself and only to help others. >> unbreakable until he met jodi. the same jury determined this week that arias killed alexander in an especially cruel manner, which could mean the death penalty. joining me now, legal analyst lisa green and former criminal prosecutor and defense attorney jay fahey. good morning to you. this continues. this is a particularly interesting phase of things. putting arias on the stand, lisa, good move? >> she's taken the stand before in this case, before these jurors, they didn't buy her story. i think it all boils
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. guys? >> thanks so much. coming up, she says she wants to die. will the jury give jodi arias her wish? what does the family of the man she murdered want to happen this week? we have a friend of travis alexander joining us next. >> then if you saw a little girl trapped under a car on the side of the road, would you help? good samaritans worked together to save her life. we have that story coming up. ♪ i need a hero ♪ i am holding on for a hero till the end of the night ♪ has he got to be strong ♪ and he's he has got to be fast ♪ the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultraugged ocera torque, only from sprint direct conct. buy one get four free for your business. because it saves things. [ cellphone beeps ] like your marriage. [ boys laughing ] sanity. [ sighs ] [ male announcer ] and time. oh, and money. tec
was hammered, drunk. he had two bloody mary's for breakfast and kept drinking all day long. >>> jodi arias winds up the same day her ex-boyfriend wound up. later today a jury will decide to how she will die, making her eligible for the death penalty. arias recently telling a fox reporter she would rather die than spending the rest of her life behind bars. >>> if you didn't buy a ticket you still have a chance. the jackpot bigger. no one won last night's powerball sending it to 475 million. the next powerball drawing is saturday. you have a couple days to get your tickets. those are your headlines. >>brian: yesterday the president went out and met the press. it was early evening right after the nightly news was done but it wouldn't stop us because we're 24 hours. we have three burgeoning situations that are very intriguing to follow. the i.r.s. situation. we have the situation with the associated press and over 100 reporters having their phone records pulled. then we have the benghazi situation. the one thing clear about benghazi, there's a lot of there there. the reason why people are inte
's not a typical national media story. >> everybody was on jodi arias. >> good point. >> everybody knows what happened there. the press was late but not a big media story. >> i compare it to rodney king. he had gruesome wounds and survived and that was solid news for a year. >> this is different. you don't know that gosnell is one off event or is it part of a pattern of abuse? does this go on all the time. i have to agree until i see evidence to the contrary. >> 55 million dead babies and counting. a lot of potential taxpayers. >> the question is anybody knocking on doors on the any of the clinics open around the country is this happening in your back room. >> as we all know the media are busy these days. >> 40 years of 60 minutes, the late mike wallace did he knock on the door of abortion clinic? i don't think>> jon: next on nes guy is back in the news, o.j. simpson. your day to unplug. with centurylink as your technology partner, our visionary cloud infrastructure, and dedicated support, free you to focus on what matters. centurylink. your link to what's next. there was this and this. she g
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